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    KLASSE S with 38mm f2.8 lens is now on the news release.
    http://www.fujifilm.co.jp/corporate/.../ffnr0095.html
    kunihiko kario

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuzanneR View Post
    Found this link from the Online Photographer. A new point and shoot film camera available in Japan, only. Sounds like a pretty solidly built camera, and encouraging that they have introduced it!

    http://www.unicircuits.com/shop/
    Its interesting that FujiFilm is really targeting "Natural Light" photography to the consumer crowd. This film camera advertises this feature. I know this is sacriligous, but I just purchased a FujiFilm F20 digital P&S camera to supplement my 6x6 and 4x5 :-). It too advertises "low-light, natural lit" features. Well the little thing is absolutely amazing in low-light. ISO2000 shots that really surprise me.

    An interesting twist from Fuji...

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    Why oh why can't someone make the pocket camera I want? In a nutshell it would be like the Konica Auto S3 I had in the '70s but with better build quality and manual options. Instead we get that interminable delay before the shutter actually fires because the auto-everything is trying to make up its teeny mind about the auto focus, exposure blah blah blah. What I need is a really well made compact with a collapsable lens (so it will fit in the back pocket of my jeans) and built-in meter -- exposure/focus can be manual. My Bessa-T is the closest to this but it's still a bit too big; my Minilux is the perfect size but too "auto" for its own good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lawrenceimpey View Post
    Why oh why can't someone make the pocket camera I want? In a nutshell it would be like the Konica Auto S3 I had in the '70s but with better build quality and manual options. Instead we get that interminable delay before the shutter actually fires because the auto-everything is trying to make up its teeny mind about the auto focus, exposure blah blah blah. What I need is a really well made compact with a collapsable lens (so it will fit in the back pocket of my jeans) and built-in meter -- exposure/focus can be manual. My Bessa-T is the closest to this but it's still a bit too big; my Minilux is the perfect size but too "auto" for its own good.
    I love my little Olympus 35RC rangefinder. If only the lens collapsed into itself!

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